4 Reasons You Need to See an Eye Doctor

Eye,Examination,By,An,OphthalmologistAnnual eye exams help protect your ocular health and vision, though many people never see an ophthalmologist until they experience problems. When you notice any changes to your eyesight or eye appearance, you should schedule an appointment with a professional like Dr. Keamy in Westborough, MA.

4 Reasons You Need to See an Eye Doctor

In addition to an annual eye exam, these are four common eye symptoms that should be treated by an ophthalmologist.

Blurry Vision

Blurry vision can present in different ways; it may only affect one eye, come and go, or happen only during certain times of day. Whatever the case, this is an issue that is best addressed by an eye doctor.

They can determine the underlying cause of your blurred vision, such as astigmatism (when the eye surface does not properly curve), presbyopia (struggles with eye focus), cataracts, and glaucoma.

Age plays a role in visual acuity, so speaking to a professional about your eyesight as it changes is a good way to protect your vision.

Eye Strain

Eye strain is a normal occurrence when you engage in tasks like driving or using a computer for long periods of time. However, chronic eye strain can cause headaches, neck and shoulder tension, visual problems, and more.

If you notice that your eye strain worsens or has not resolved with breaks, contact us to schedule an appointment with Dr. Keamy.

Light Sensitivity

Certain eye conditions can cause sensitivity to light, which your ophthalmologist can further assess and diagnose. Any increased sensitivity to your eyes is a good reason to seek a professional exam.

While any increased sensitivity is just cause to seek a medical professional, it is even more important to get help if your light sensitivity causes pain or is so uncomfortable you cannot manage your daily tasks.

Vision Changes

From things appearing blurry far away or being unable to see well up close, any type of vision change calls for an eye exam. Dr. Keamy can evaluate your vision and eye health to determine why your vision has changed. She can also recommend the best treatments and long-term solutions for the issue, so you can resume living life to the fullest.

Visit Keamy Eye & Laser Centre For an Exam

Schedule your next eye exam with Dr. Jean E. Keamy, a board-certified ophthalmologist. You can book an appointment in Westborough, MA, by calling 508-836-8733 or visiting our contact page.

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